VLAM9X1c Intensive care medicine-practise

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/1/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The aim of the course is practical training of advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation on simulator SimMan. The next aim is explanation and practical training of intensive care management in intensive care unit.

Syllabus

·        Intensive care practical training- two weeks intensive course

·        time: 10:15-12:30

·        Study group 33 has courses at KARIM

·        abbreviation:

·        ARK = Anesteziologicko-resuscitační klinika FN u sv. Anny v Brně,

·        KARIM= Klinika anesteziologie, resuscitace a intenz. med., FN Brno, Bohunice

·        KDAR= Klinika dětské anesteziologie a resuscitace, FN Brno, Dětská nemocnice

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·        Intensive care medicine, study group 32

·        1st week

·        Monday: Introduction, CPR

·        Tuesday: Advanced CPR

·        Wednesday: Shocks

·        Thursday: Respiratory insuficiency, CMV

·        Friday: Pediatric intensive care, !courses are located in KDAR!

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·        2nd week

·        Monday: MOF, renal failure –treatment (CRRT, IHD), liver

·        Tuesday: Trauma care

·        Wednesday: Cardiac failure, invasive monitoring, !courses are located in CKTCH, Dr. Wagner!

·        Thursday: Sepsis

·        Friday: Acid base disorders. Diagnostic a therapeutic measures in critically ill. Credit

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·        Intensive care medicine, study group 30

·        1st week

·        Monday: Introduction, CPR

·        Tuesday: Advanced CPR

·        Wednesday: Shocks

·        Thursday: Respiratory insuficiency, CMV

·        Friday: Pediatric intensive care, !courses are located in KDAR!

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·        2nd week

·        Monday: MOF, renal failure –treatment (CRRT, IHD), liver

·        Tuesday: Cardiac failure, invasive monitoring, !courses are located in CKTCH, Dr. Wagner!

·        Wednesday: Trauma care

·        Thursday: Sepsis

·        Friday: Acid base disorders. Diagnostic a therapeutic measures in critically ill. Credit

Literature

·        Akutní medicína. Edited by Danuše Táborská - Jiří Bonaventura. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 1995. 322 s. ISBN 80-210-0554-8. info

·        Náhradní obsah: Závada Josef - Syndrom multiorgánové dysfunkce , 251 str., Grada-Avicenum 2001, ISBN 80-7169-781-8

·        Harwood-Nuss A., Wolfson A.B. - The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, Third Edition, Lippincot Williams&Wilkins 2001, 1827 str., ISBN 0-7817-1680-2

·        ŠEVČÍK, Pavel and Petr HUSA. Šok, sepse, multiorgánové selhání (Shock, sepsis, multiorgan failure). In ŠEVČÍK, Pavel, Vladimír ČERNÝ and Jiří VÍTOVEC. Intenzivní medicína. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén a Univerzita Karlova, nakladatelství Karolinum, 2000. p. 32-35. ISBN 80-7262-042-8. info

·        Náhradní obsah: Hall J.B., Schmidt G.A., Wood L.D.H., Principles of critical care - second edition, 1767 str., McGraw-Hill 1998, ISBN 0-07-115308-X

VLAM9X1p Intensive care medicine - lectures Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

2/0/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).

Course objectives

The aim of the course is to understand the basics of intensive care medicine. Lecture consist of ethiology, diagnostics and treatment of most frequent critical conditions. The specific management of critically ill will be explained, including mechanical ventilation and advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Syllabus

·        Intensive care- definition, importance. Hemodynamic and metabolic monitoring , Doc. MUDr. V. Šrámek, PhD, ARK FN u sv. Anny

·        Respiratory failure. Status asthmaticus , MUDr. V. Zvoníček PhD, ARK FN u sv. Anny

·        Consciousness disorders. , Status epilepticus. , MUDr. V. Zvoníček PhD, ARK FN u sv. Anny

·        Cardiac failure, arrythmia, acute mycoardial infarction , MUDr. R. Wagner Ph.D.

·        Shocks. Fluid resuscitation– crystalloids, colloids. Principles of circulation support. , Doc. MUDr. V. Šrámek, PhD, ARK FN u sv. Anny

·        Advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation. , MUDr. Gimunová PhD KARIM FN Brno

·        Multiple trauma- intensive care , MUDr. Seidlová KARIM FN Brno

·        Controlled mechanical ventilation , MUDr. Václav Zvoníček Ph.D., ARK FN u sv. Anny

·        Sepsis. Nosocomial infection , Prof. MUDr. Pavel Ševčík, CSc., KARIM FN Brno

·        Renal failure, continual renal replacement methods. , MUDr. J. Mannová, KARIM FN Brno

·        Blood product therapy, haematology in intensive care, DIC , Doc. MUDr. Roman Gál, PhD, KARIM FN Brno

·        Acute intoxication , MUDr. J. Mannová, KARIM FN Brno

·        Pediatric intensive care , MUDr. Michal Fedora, PhD. KDAR FN Brno

·        Nutrition support in intensive care. Acid base disturbances , Doc. MUDr. V. Šrámek, PhD, ARK, FN u sv. Ann

Literature

·        ŠEVČÍK, Pavel, Vladimír ČERNÝ and Jiří VÍTOVEC. Intenzivní medicína (Intenzive Care Medicine). I.vydání. Praha: Galén, 2000. 393 pp. ISBN 80-7262-042-8. info

·        Bigatello Luca M. et al. Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospitall. 4th ed. Lippincot Williams&Wilkins, 2006. 887 p. ISBN 0-7817-6244-8

·        Závada, Josef. Syndrom multiorgánové dysfunkce. 1.vyd. Praha : Grada, 2001. ISBN 80-7169-781-8

·        Akutní medicína. Edited by Danuše Táborská - Jiří Bonaventura. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 1995. 322 s. ISBN 80-210-0554-8. info

·        Harwood-Nuss A. - Wolfson A.B. The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. 3rd ed. Lippincot Williams&Wilkins, 2000. 1808 s. ISBN 0-7817-1680-2

·        Hall J.B. - Schmidt G.A. - Wood L.D.H. Principles of critical care. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill, 1999. 1767 s. ISBN 0-07-115308-X

Teaching methods

Lectures are obliged. The main teaching method is with a support of PPT.

Assessment methods

lectures, oral exam – condition to pass the exam is credit of Intensive care medicine – practice.

 

VLIN9X22 Infectious diseases II Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).

Course objectives

The programme is the continuation of the lessons of INF 1 and enriches them; it is the preparation to the examination, too. The aim of this course is to spread the information about infectious diseases obtained during course VLIN7X21. The main stress is put on viral hepatitisis, infectious of nervous and alimentary systems, Lyme diseases, sepsis, and differential diagnosis of infectious diseases.

Syllabus

·        The carrier state (Salmonella typhi abdominalis, Salmonella paratyphi B, Streptococcus pyogenes, enteritic salmonellae - aetiology, treatment, regimen measures), viral carrier state, prion infections.

·        Differential diagnosis of viral hepatitis, diarrhoeas, tonsilitis, lymphadenopathy, infectious exanthema, fever.

·        Neuroinfections; bacterial meningitis - aetiology, clinical features, treatment. The problem of the bacterial meningitis in the newborns, little babies and in the elderly.

·        Serous meningitis. Tickborne encephalitis. Lyme boreliosis - stage, clinical features, treatment. The examination of the cerebrospinal fluid; differential diagnosis of meningitis.

·        The infectious diseases in the pregnancy. The infectious disease and the corticosteroid therapy.

·        Anthropozoonoses. Anaerobic infections, tetanus.

·        The introduction to the problem of the geographic and travel medicine. Malaria, leishmaniosis, typhoid fever.

·        Clinical demonstration of the patients.

Literature

required literature

·        HUSA, Petr, Lenka KRBKOVÁ, Drahomíra BARTOŠOVÁ, Svatava SNOPKOVÁ, Alena HOLČÍKOVÁ, Pavel POLÁK, Radek SVOBODA and Kateřina HAVLÍČKOVÁ. Infekční lékařství. Učební text pro studenty všeobecného lékařství (Infectious Diseases. Textbook for students of general medicine.). 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2011. 159 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-5660-2. info

·        HUSA, Petr (Editor), Lenka (Editor) KRBKOVÁ and Alena HOLČÍKOVÁ. Infectious Diseases. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2006. 91 pp. ISBN 80-210-4116-1. info

Teaching methods

Seminar, clinical demonstrations of patients.

Assessment methods

For credit is necessary full presence. Before passing of oral examination is necessary to have credit.

 

VLIN9X22a Infectious diseases II Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The programme is the continuation of the lessons of INF 1 and enriches them; it is the preparation to the examination, too. The aim of this course is to spread the information about infectious diseases obtained during course VLIN7X21. The main stress is put on viral hepatitisis, infectious of nervous and alimentary systems, Lyme diseases, sepsis, and differential diagnosis of infectious diseases.

Syllabus

·        The carrier state (Salmonella typhi abdominalis, Salmonella paratyphi B, Streptococcus pyogenes, enteritic salmonellae - aetiology, treatment, regimen measures), viral carrier state, prion infections.

·        Differential diagnosis of viral hepatitis, diarrhoeas, tonsilitis, lymphadenopathy, infectious exanthema, fever.

·        Neuroinfections; bacterial meningitis - aetiology, clinical features, treatment. The problem of the bacterial meningitis in the newborns, little babies and in the elderly.

·        Serous meningitis. Tickborne encephalitis. Lyme boreliosis - stage, clinical features, treatment. The examination of the cerebrospinal fluid; differential diagnosis of meningitis.

·        The infectious diseases in the pregnancy. The infectious disease and the corticosteroid therapy.

·        Anthropozoonoses. Anaerobic infections, tetanus.

·        The introduction to the problem of the geographic and travel medicine. Malaria, leishmaniosis, typhoid fever.

·        Clinical demonstration of the patients.

Literature

required literature

·        HUSA, Petr, Lenka KRBKOVÁ, Drahomíra BARTOŠOVÁ, Svatava SNOPKOVÁ, Alena HOLČÍKOVÁ, Pavel POLÁK, Radek SVOBODA and Kateřina HAVLÍČKOVÁ. Infekční lékařství. Učební text pro studenty všeobecného lékařství (Infectious Diseases. Textbook for students of general medicine.). 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2011. 159 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-5660-2. info

·        HUSA, Petr (Editor), Lenka (Editor) KRBKOVÁ and Alena HOLČÍKOVÁ. Infectious Diseases. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2006. 91 pp. ISBN 80-210-4116-1. info

Teaching methods

The stress is put on practical examination of the patients combined with lectures.

Assessment methods

Full attendance is necessary for giving course-unit credit.

 

VLKB091 Clinical Biochemistry Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).

Course objectives

After this course the participant should be able to: - choose biochemical tests suitable for diagnostics of diseases - know the basic problems of common biochemical diagnostic tests - know how to collect biological material and how to treat it to prevent false results - to assess reliability of laboratory results.

Syllabus

·        Analytical sources of variation, accuracy and precision. Diagnostic accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, and efficiency of diagnostic tests. Reference ranges, decision values. Collection and processing of specimens, special requirements, general safety rules.

·        Assessment and monitoring of nutritional status. Blood plasma proteins. Acute-phase reactants. Principles of nutritional support, enteral and parenteral nutrition. Dietary constituents providing a sufficient energy intake.

·        Energy output, nitrogen balance. Indications for nutritional support. Oxygen, transport and metabolism, tissue hypoxia.

·        Disorders of lipid and lipoprotein metabolism.

·        Ischemic heart disease, congestive cardiac failure. Potassium and magnesium homeostasis.

·        Iron and essential microelements metabolism.

·        Disturbances of water and sodium balance. Plasma and urine osmolality. Plasma electrolytes in acid-base disorders.

·        Assessment of acid-base balance. Investigating an acid-base status, indications for blood acid-base and oxygen measurements, interpretation of results.

·        Laboratory evaluation of kidney function. Biochemical monitoring of acute and chronic renal failure, and of patients receiving haemodialysis. Urine sediment.

·        Investigation of liver and biliary tract diseases. Signs of the liver injury, differentiating of hyperbilirubinaemias, syndrome of biliary obstruction.

·        Clinical biochemistry of the GIT. Gastric acid secretion, maldigestion and malabsorption, assessment of pancreatic function.

·        Disorders of saccharide metabolism, diabetes mellitus.

·        Calcium and phosphate metabolism. Biochemical markers of bone metabolism (in the assessment of osteoporosis).

·        Uric acid, hyperuricaemia. Renal tract stones.

·        Laboratory assessment of thyroid and adrenal functions.

·        Tumour markers. Biological causes of variation of test results, effects of drugs on chemical tests.

Literature

recommended literature

·        MASOPUST, Jaroslav. Klinická biochemie. Požadování a hodnocení biochemických vyšetření. (Clinical chemistry.). 1. vyd. Praha: Karolinum, 1998. 832 pp. část I. a část II. ISBN 80-7184-649-3. info

not specified

·        RACEK, Jaroslav. Klinická biochemie. 2., přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2006. 329 s. ISBN 80-7262-324-9. info

·        Kapitoly z klinické biochemie. Edited by Petr Schneiderka. 1. vyd. Praha: Karolinum, 2000. 284 s. ISBN 80-246-0140-0. info

·        JABOR, A. Vnitřní prostředí. 1. vyd. Praha: Grada Publishing,a.s., 2008, 2009. 560 pp. ISBN 978-80-247-1221-5. info

·        Tietz fundamentals of clinical chemistry. Edited by Carl A. Burtis - Edward R. Ashwood - David E. Bruns - Barbara G. Sawye. 6th ed. St. Louis, Mo.: Saunders/Elsevier, 2008. xx, 952 p. ISBN 978-0-7216-3865. info

·        Clinical chemistry :techniques, principles, correlations. Edited by Michael L. Bishop - Edward P. Fody - Larry E. Schoeff. 6th ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010. xx, 732 p. ISBN 9780781790451. info

Further comments (probably available only in Czech)

Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
Information on course enrolment limitations

VLKF091 Clinical Pharmacology Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

1.3/0/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).

Course objectives

The subject is supported by possibility of consultations with authors of individual topics. It provides surveys of current trends in pharmacotherapy of pain, carcinomas, heart failure, hypertension, respiratory diseases, and in paediatric and elderly patients.

Syllabus

·        11.10.2012 Pharmacogenetics

·        18.10.2012 Pharmacotherapy in the elderly

·        25.10.2012 Pharmacotherapy of pain

·        1.11.2012 Treatmenent of Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) according to "Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease" ("GOLD").

·        8.11.2012 Pharmacotherapy for Hypertension

·        15.11.2012 Pharmacotherapy for Heart Failure

·        22.11.2012 Drug interactions

·        29.11.2012 Antithrombotic therapy

·        6.12.2012 Anti-cancer pharmacotherapy, targeted therapy

·        13.12.2012 KOLOKVIUM (Dept. of Pharmacology)

Literature

Recommended literature

·        Učební texty předmětu VLKF091 jsou dostupné přímo v IS MU ve studijních materiálech předmětu Vybrané kapitoly z klinické farmakologie. Vlastní studijní materiály se otevřou pouze studentům do předmětu zapsaným.

Teaching methods

During the studying the students can acquire the knowledge of clinical pharmacology at the lectures given by professionals in the sectors.

Assessment methods

The students have to pass the colloquium. The final multiple-choice test consists out of 30 questions . More than 50 percent of the test questions have to be answered correctly.

 

VLNE9X1c Neurology Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

1/4/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

At the end of the course students should be able to: understand and explain the basics and principles of neurology; work with information on the neurological examination to create the symptoms, syndromes of the neurological disorders; make reasoned decisions about the topical diagnosis and differential diagnosis based on the symptomatology. make deductions based on acquired knowledge in the field of neurology interpret paraclinical examinations.

Syllabus

·        General neurology Neurological syndromology and neurological evaluation. The practical lectures in the lecture hall and bedside examination of the patients. Day 1. neurological history taking. Reflexology. Palsies, pyramidal signs. Day 2. Cranial nerves examination. Sensitivity and its affections. Day 3. Extrapyramidal and cerebellar signs. Spine examination. Disorders of the stance and walking. Meningeal syndrome. Uncousciousness. Day 4. aphasias, alexia, agraphia and other higher central nervous system disorders Day 5. neurological paraclinical examinations, Neurological examination and notes. Neurological diagnosis. Days 6-7. Pediatric neurology, the principles. Special Neurology Day 3-5. Focus on main nosological units and syndromes in neurology. The practical lectures in the lecture hall and bedside examination of the patients. Day 8. stroke, multiple sclerosis. Day 9. Epilepsy, tumors, vertebrogenic disorders, movement disorders, headache, dementias. Day 10. Neuromuscular disorders, critical illness patient. Classified credit (practical exam with written neurological examation of the patient).

Literature

·        BEDNAŘÍK, Josef, Milan BRÁZDIL, Zdeněk KADAŇKA, Petr KAŇOVSKÝ, Robert KUBA, Michal PELLAR, Ivan REKTOR, Irena REKTOROVÁ, Radomír ŠLAPAL, Pavel ŠTOURAČ, Stanislav VOHÁŇKA and Miroslav MORAŇ. Učebnice speciální neurologie (Textbook ov Neurology). 2. přepracované vydání. Brno: Masarykova universita, 1999. 285 pp. ISBN 80-210-2125-X. info

·        ŠTOURAČ, Pavel, Josef BEDNAŘÍK, Milan BRÁZDIL, Zdeněk KADAŇKA, Petr KAŇOVSKÝ, Marek MECHL, Jiří PRÁŠEK, Ivan REKTOR, Irena REKTOROVÁ and Radomír ŠLAPAL. Učebnice obecné neurologie (Textbook of General Neurology). 2., přepracované. Brno: Masarykova universita v Brně, 2003. 197 pp. ISBN 80-210-3309-6. info

Teaching methods

seminary lectures, internship

Assessment methods

credit, classified, ongoing written tests final oral exam

VLNE9X1p Neurology - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

1/0/0. 4 credit(s). Recommended Type of Completion: zk (examination). Alternate Types of Completion: RZk (examination).

Course objectives

At the end of the course students should be able to: understand and explain modern diagnosis and treatment of different neurological conditions. work with information on special neurology to make correct diagnosis; create differential diagnosis; make reasoned decisions about diagnosis and treatment plans; make deductions based on acquired knowledge in the field of neurology.

Syllabus

·        Oral lectures on different and updated topics in neurology: Neurological complications of spondylosis Epilepsy Subarachnoid hemorrhage Behavioral Neurology Stroke Parkinsons disease Migraine Myasthenia gravis Autoimmune neuropathies Multiple sclerosis Developmental Neurology Dementia Brain Tumors Pain

Literature

·        Dětská neurologie :vybrané kapitoly. Edited by Vladimír Komárek - Alena Zumrová. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2000. 195 s. : i. ISBN 80-7262-081-9. info

·        Dětská mozková obrna. Edited by Josef Kraus. 1. vyd. Praha: Grada, 2005. 344 s. ISBN 80-247-1018-8. info

·        ŠTOURAČ, Pavel, Josef BEDNAŘÍK, Milan BRÁZDIL, Zdeněk KADAŇKA, Petr KAŇOVSKÝ, Marek MECHL, Jiří PRÁŠEK, Ivan REKTOR, Irena REKTOROVÁ and Radomír ŠLAPAL. Učebnice obecné neurologie (Textbook of General Neurology). 2., přepracované. Brno: Masarykova universita v Brně, 2003. 197 pp. ISBN 80-210-3309-6. info

·        BEDNAŘÍK, Josef, Milan BRÁZDIL, Zdeněk KADAŇKA, Petr KAŇOVSKÝ, Robert KUBA, Michal PELLAR, Ivan REKTOR, Irena REKTOROVÁ, Radomír ŠLAPAL, Pavel ŠTOURAČ, Stanislav VOHÁŇKA and Miroslav MORAŇ. Učebnice speciální neurologie (Textbook ov Neurology). 2. přepracované vydání. Brno: Masarykova universita, 1999. 285 pp. ISBN 80-210-2125-X. info

·        Epileptické záchvaty a syndromy. Edited by Vladimír Komárek. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 1997. 183 s. ISBN 80-85824-56-6. info

·        Neurologie. Edited by Soňa Nevšímalová - Evžen Růžička - Jiří Tichý. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2002. xiv, 367 s. ISBN 80-7262-160-2. info

·        REKTOROVÁ, Irena, Robert RUSINA, Jakub HORT and Radoslav MATĚJ. The Degenerative Dementias (The Degenerative Dementias). In Lisak RP, Truong DD, Carroll WM, Bhidayasiri R (eds.). International neurology: A clinical approach. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, 2009. p. 126-136, 11 pp. Neurology, Nervous system - Diseases. ISBN 978-1-4051-5738-4. info

·        Swainman, K.F.: Pediatric Neurology: Principles and Practice, 2nd ed., Mosby, St. Louis, 1994

·        HOFFMANN, Georg Friedrich. Dědičné metabolické poruchy. Translated by Sylvie Šťastná. 1. vyd. Praha: Grada, 2006. 414 s. ISBN 80-247-0831-0. info

·        Aicardi J.: Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood, 2nd ed., Mac Keith Press, Cambridge University Press, London 1998

·        Child neurology. Edited by John H. Menkes - Harvey B. Sarnat - Bernard L. Maria. 7th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006. xiii, 1186. ISBN 0-7817-5104-7. info

·        Child neurology. Edited by John H. Menkes - Harvey B. Sarnat - Bernard L. Maria. 7th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006. xiii, 1186. ISBN 0-7817-5104-7. info

·        KAŇOVSKÝ, Petr, Martin BAREŠ, Jaroslav DUFEK and Jan POUL. Spasticita - mechanismy, diagnostika a léčba. Na Šejdru 247/6a,142 00 Praha 4: MAXDORF (Redakce odborné literatury, 2004. ISBN 80-7345-042-9. info

·        Základy dětské neurologie. Edited by Suresh Kotagal, Translated by Jan Hadač. [1. vyd.]. Praha: Triton, 1996. 205 s., ob. ISBN 80-85875-06-3. info

·        Nevšímalová,S.Růžička E., Tichý J.: Neurologie.Galén, Praha 2005

Teaching methods

Oral lectures on different and updated topics in neurology. Presentations by professionals in neurology

Assessment methods

Graded credit. Ongoing written tests. The course is finished by oral examination.

 

VLON091 Clinical oncology - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).

Syllabus (in Czech)

·        Podrobnou osnovu předmětu, skládající se z obecné a speciální části, naleznete na adrese http://www.mou.cz/cz/osnova-vyuky/article.html?id=604

Literature

Recommended literature

·        ADAM Z., KREJČÍ M., VORLÍČEK J. Obecná onkologie. První vydání. Praha: Galén, 2011. 394 s. ISBN 978-80-7262-715-8

·        ADAM, Zdeněk, Marta KREJČÍ and Jiří VORLÍČEK. Speciální onkologie. Příznaky, diagnostika a léčba maligních chorob (Special oncology. Symptoms, diagnostics and therapy of malignant disease). 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2010. 418 pp. Med. ISBN 978-80-7262-648-9. info

 

 

VLON091c Clinical oncology  - practiceStar

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

Main objective of Oncology can be summarized as follow: to learn, how is possible to avoid development of cancer, To learn all, what is necessary for early detection of every malignant disease in early stage and early refer the patients to the specialised oncologic therapy. All doctors has to know, how to treat usually and anusually complication of malignant disease and complication of therapy. Therefore great attention is given to the supportive, symptomatic and paliative therapy.

Syllabus

·        Pathogenesis of malignant disease. Chemotherapy, biotherapy and hormonotherapy. Radiotherapy. Histological and clinical staging. Bone marrow transplantation. Psychological problems of cancer patient. Basic information about the most frequent cancer: Breast cancer and other gynecological cancer, lung cancer, gastrointestinal tumors, cancer of kidney and bladder. Malignant hematological diseases.

Literature

·        ADAM, Zdeněk, Marta KREJČÍ, Jiří VORLÍČEK, Zuzana ADAMOVÁ, Jaroslav BAČOVSKÝ, Viera BAJČIOVÁ, Otakar BEDNAŘÍK, Jan BLATNÝ, Tomáš BÜCHLER, Igor CRHA, Aleš ČERMÁK, Hana DOLEŽELOVÁ, Ladislav DUŠEK, Karel DVOŘÁK, Pavel FABIAN, Vuk FAIT, Antonín FASSMANN, Jindřich FIALA, Lukáš FIALA, Jindřich FÍNEK, Lenka FORETOVÁ, Radim GROSMAN, Jana HALÁMKOVÁ, Miroslav HEŘMAN, Martin HUSER, Ludmila HYNKOVÁ, Richard CHALOUPKA, Libuše KALVODOVÁ, Igor KISS, Iva KOCMANOVÁ, Martin KOMENDA, Jana KOPTÍKOVÁ, Zdeněk KOŘÍSTEK, Renata KOUKALOVÁ, Zdeněk KRÁL, Eva LÉTALOVÁ, Milan MACHÁLKA, Josef MALIŠ, Miloslava MATÝŠKOVÁ, Jiří MAYER, Vojtěch MORNSTEIN, Mojmír MOULIS, Jan MUŽÍK, Miroslav MYSLIVEČEK, Milan NAVRÁTIL, Tomáš NEBESKÝ, Miroslav NEČAS, Rudolf NENUTIL, Jiří NEUBAUER, Martin ONDRÁK, Zdeněk PAVELKA, Miroslav PENKA, Vojtěch PEŘINA, Katarína PETRÁKOVÁ, Petr POKORNÝ, Luděk POUR, Jiří PRÁŠEK, Zdeněk RÁČIL, Martin REPKO, Zdeněk ŘEHÁK, Jiří SCHOVANEC, Ondřej SLÁMA, Petr SMÍŠEK, Jan STARÝ, Petr SZTURZ, Marek SVOBODA, Vlastimil ŠČUDLA, Roman ŠEFR, Pavel ŠEVČÍK, Pavel ŠLAMPA, Lenka ŠMARDOVÁ, Jiří ŠNAJDAUF, Jaroslav ŠTĚRBA, Michal TICHÝ, Jiří TOMÁŠEK, Miroslav TOMIŠKA, Marcela TOMÍŠKOVÁ, Vít UNZEITIG, Jiří VANÍČEK, Vladimír VAŠKŮ, Rostislav VYZULA, Barbora WEINBERGEROVÁ, Marie ZÍTKOVÁ and Karel ZITTERBART. Obecná onkologie (General oncology). První vydání. Praha: Galén, 2011. 394 pp. Neuveden. ISBN 978-80-7262-715-8. URL info

·        ADAM, Zdeněk, Marta KREJČÍ and Jiří VORLÍČEK. Speciální onkologie. Příznaky, diagnostika a léčba maligních chorob (Special oncology. Symptoms, diagnostics and therapy of malignant disease). 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2010. 418 pp. Med. ISBN 978-80-7262-648-9. info

Teaching methods

practical training at the clinic

Assessment methods

Credit

VLPD0932c Pediatrics II- practice Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The goal of practical lessons in pediatry is to acquaint the students with problematics of treatment and prevence nursing in the field. By the end of the course the student will understand the particularities of care of children in illness. The student understands specifics of communication with children. The student acquire implements theoretical knowledge in taking intensive care of sick children. The student will be acquainted with problems of most frequent diseases in childhood. The student knows standard diagnostic procedures and tests for individual clinical conditions of the child and is able to apply them in praktice. The student will know clinical manifestations of urgent conditions in paediatrics. After the participation in the course students will be able to recognize and evaluate the state of the newborn after the delivery and during the transitional period, uderstand of the impact of congenital and inherited diseases on children and their family. The student will acquire basic knowledge of the issue of alimentation disorders. By the end of the course students should be able to perform physical examination. In the end of course students should be able to set diagnosis and to treat different pediatric conditions.

Syllabus

·        Practical training with tutor. Examination children in age specific cathegories – newborn, infant, toddlers, preschool, schoul children and adolescent. Assessment of growth and developement. Examination children with typical diseases in childhood.

Literature

·        ŠAŠINKA, Miroslav and Tibor ŠAGÁT. Pediatria. 1. vyd. Košice: Satus, 1998. ISBN 80-967963-0-5. info

·        MICHÁLEK, Jaroslav, Lenka DOSTALOVÁ KOPEČNÁ and Milena BURIANOVÁ. Pediatrická propedeutika (Pediatrics). 2008. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2008. 159 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-4695-5. info

·        LEBL, Jan, Kamil PROVAZNÍK and Ludmila HEJCMANOVÁ. Preklinická pediatrie. 2., přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2007. 248 s. ISBN 978-80-7262-438. info

·        Nelson textbook of pediatrics :text with continually update online references. Edited by Robert Kliegman. 18th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2007. lii, 3147. ISBN 978-1-4160-4004. info

·        HRODEK, Otto and Jan VAVŘINEC. Pediatrie. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2002. xxxii, 767. ISBN 80-7262-178-5. info

·        KOPEČNÁ, Lenka and Milena BURIANOVÁ. Pediatrie - kontrolní otázky (Pediatrics - questions). 1. vyd. Brno: LF MU, 2000. 55 pp. ISBN 80-210-2432-1. info

·        MUNTAU, Ania Carolina. Pediatrie (Pediatrics). 1st. Praha: Grada Publishing a.s., 2009. 608 pp. ISBN 978-80-247-2525-3. info

Teaching methods

practical training

Assessment methods

To get the credit, presence in 90% of seminars with active participation in discussions is required. written test.

 

VLPD0932p Pediatrics II - lectures Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

2/0/0. 0 credit(s). Type of Completion: -.

Course objectives

The goal of lessons is to acquaint the students with problematics of treatment and prevence nursing in the field. The student will be acquainted with principal concepts and tasks of paediatrics. The student will be acquainted with prevention, diagnostics and basic therapy of diseases in the childhood. The student is acquainted with the origination, course of the treatment and prognosis of basic nosological units. The student knows the system and contents of preventive examinations, vaccination, dispensarization. The student is able to define risk factors endangering healthy development of child and adolescent

Syllabus

·        The field of pediatrics,child care management:out-patient,in-patient care of sick children,preventive measures in pediatrics.Age categories,growht and development during childhood.Social issues in pediatrics.New-born infant,general assessment of the normal new-born, problem with adaptation.Premature infant,sick new-born.Prenatal care,genetic abnormalities,chromosomal aberrations.Nutrition during childhood,feeding of infents - breast feeding, formula feeding.Nutritional disorders.Inborn errors of metabolism.Diseases of GIT,liver, biliary system and pancreas.Diseases of red blood cells,white blood cells.Haemorhagic diseases. Neoplasms in childhood.

Literature

·        Intenzivní péče v pediatrii. Edited by Ivan Novák. 1. vyd. Praha: Karolinum, 2008. 579 s. ISBN 978-80-246-1474. info

·        MUNTAU, Ania Carolina. Pediatrie (Pediatrics). 1st. Praha: Grada Publishing a.s., 2009. 608 pp. ISBN 978-80-247-2525-3. info

·        ŠAŠINKA, Miroslav and Tibor ŠAGÁT. Pediatria. 1. vyd. Košice: Satus, 1998. ISBN 80-967963-0-5. info

·        Pediatrická propedeutika :vybrané kapitoly. Edited by Jaroslav Michálek. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova universita, 2008. 159 s. ISBN 978-80-210-4695. info

·        HRODEK, Otto and Jan VAVŘINEC. Pediatrie. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2002. xxxii, 767. ISBN 80-7262-178-5. info

·        LEBL, Jan, Kamil PROVAZNÍK and Ludmila HEJCMANOVÁ. Preklinická pediatrie. 2., přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2007. 248 s. ISBN 978-80-7262-438. info

·        Pediatrie. Edited by Karl-Heinz Niessen, Translated by Jan Janda. 1. vyd. Praha: Scientia Medica, 1996. 602 s. ISBN 80-85526-29-8. info

·        Nelson textbook of pediatrics :text with continually update online references. Edited by Robert Kliegman. 18th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2007. lii, 3147. ISBN 978-1-4160-4004. info

Teaching methods

lectures

Assessment methods

oral exam

 

VLPD1033c Pediatrics III - practice Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The goal of practical lessons is to acquaint the students with problematics of treatment and prevence nursing in the field. By the end of the course the student will understand the particularities of care of children in illness. The student understands specifics of communication with children. The student acquire implements theoretical knowledge in taking intensive care of sick children. The student will be acquainted with problems of most frequent diseases in childhood. The student knows standard diagnostic procedures and tests for individual clinical conditions of the child and is able to apply them in praktice. The student will know clinical manifestations of urgent conditions in paediatrics. After the participation in the course students will be able to recognize and evaluate the state of the newborn after the delivery and during the transitional period, uderstand of the impact of congenital and inherited diseases on children and their family. The student will acquire basic knowledge of the issue of alimentation disorders. By the end of the course student should be able to perform physical examination. In the end of course student should be able to set diagnosis and to treat different pediatric conditions.

Syllabus

·        Practical training with tutor. Self examination of children in typical age cathegories. The basic differential diagnosis. Typical examination methodes in pulmology, gastroenterology, hematology, oncology, endocrinology and inherrited diseases. Basic therapy in childhood

Literature

·        MUNTAU, Ania Carolina. Pediatrie (Pediatrics). 1st. Praha: Grada Publishing a.s., 2009. 608 pp. ISBN 978-80-247-2525-3. info

·        Pediatrická propedeutika :vybrané kapitoly. Edited by Jaroslav Michálek. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova universita, 2008. 159 s. ISBN 978-80-210-4695. info

·        Intenzivní péče v pediatrii. Edited by Ivan Novák. 1. vyd. Praha: Karolinum, 2008. 579 s. ISBN 978-80-246-1474. info

·        KOPEČNÁ, Lenka and Milena BURIANOVÁ. Pediatrie - kontrolní otázky (Paediatrics - control questions). 1. vyd. Brno: LF MU, 2000. 55 pp. skripta. ISBN 80-210-2432-1. info

·        CHALOUPECKÝ, Václav. Dětská kardiologie. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2007. 444 s. ISBN 80-7262-406-7. info

·        Preklinická pediatrie. Edited by Jan Lebl - Kamil Provazník - Lila B. Nováková. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2003. xiv, 248 s. ISBN 80-7262-207-2. info

·        Nelson textbook of pediatrics :text with continually update online references. Edited by Robert Kliegman. 18th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders, 2007. lii, 3147. ISBN 978-1-4160-4004. info

·        HRODEK, Otto and Jan VAVŘINEC. Pediatrie. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2002. xxxii, 767. ISBN 80-7262-178-5. info

·        ŠAŠINKA, Miroslav and Tibor ŠAGÁT. Pediatria. 1. vyd. Košice: Satus, 1998. ISBN 80-967963-0-5. info

Teaching methods

Practical training with tutor

Assessment methods

To get the credit, presence in 90% of seminars with active participation in discussions is required

 

 

VLPG0921c Gynaecology and obstetrics - practice Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The Obstetrics and Gynecology course involves the supervision and appropriate intervention during, normal and complicated pregnancy and delivery, as well as the recognition, prevention, management and surveillance of diseases affecting reproductive health in women. The course gives students understanding, basic knowledge and skills in epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of common problems in obstetrics and gynecology; reproductive health matters, including family planning, infertility and maternal care, emphasizing wellness and prevention in addition to treatment of disease. The aim of the course is to attain standards of knowledge and practical skills adequate to start postgraduate training in medicine and reach level of competence defined in the Log Book. The course graduates should be able to keep with international standards of patient care by reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills, in addition to updated medical knowledge. The students learning outcomes and competences mainly cover medical knowledge and skills to evaluate the data about the follow-up of pregnancy and birth, and the management of the gynecological diseases, to get the new information and to make decisions for similar situations, to perform the gynecological procedures. The students will achieve the appropriate attitude.

Syllabus

·        The practice should help reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills in diagnostics and treatment of pathologies:

·        OBSTERICS Pysiological changes during pregnancy Antenatal care Drugs use during pregnancy and lactation Abortion Ectopic pregnancy Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Hypertension in pregnancy Preeclampsia Diabetes in pregnancy Bleeding disorders with pregnancy Multiple pregnancy Analgesia & anaesthesia in labour Breech presentation Uterine action in pregnancy (normal and abnormal ) Perineal vaginal & cervical injuries Rupture uterus Antepartum hemorrhage (Placenta previa ) Antepartum hemorrhage (Abruptio placentae ) Shock in obstetrics Normal puerperium Venous thrombosis in obstetrics Caesaria Section Induction of abortion & labour Dysmaturity and Prematurity Perinatal asphyxia Ultrasound in obstetrics Prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies

·        GYNAECOLOGY Functional uterine bleeding Amenorrhoea Amenorrhoea Climacteric and HRT Dysmenorrhoea, Premenstrual syndroma Infertility Assisted reproductive techniques ART Vaginitis and vulvitis Salpingitis Cervivitis Sexually Transmitted diseases AIDS Tumours & masses of vulva & vagina Cancer cervix Malignant diseases of body of uterus – carcinoma Fibromyomata treatment and modern trends Endometriosis Ovarian tumors Endoscopy Vaginal smear and colposcopy Urinary incontinence Contraception (pills ) Contraception (I.U.D ) Contraception (other methods )

Literature

·        ZWINGER, Antonín, Jiří JELÍNEK, Pavel VENTRUBA and Vít UNZEITIG. Porodnictví (Obstetrics). Praha: Galén, 2004. 532 pp. Galén, 2004. ISBN 80-7262-257-9. info

·        ROB, Lukáš, Alois MARTAN and Karel CITTERBART. Gynekologie. 2., dopl. a přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xxiv, 319. ISBN 978-80-7262-501. info

·        ČECH, Evžen, Zdeněk HÁJEK, Karel MARŠÁL and Bedřich SRP. Porodnictví. 2., přepracované a doplně. Praha: Grada, 2007. 544 s. ISBN 80-247-1303-9. info

·        OATS, Jeremy and Suzanne ABRAHAM. Llewellyn-Jones fundamentals of obstetrics and gynaecology. 8th ed. New York: Mosby, 2005. x, 365 s. ISBN 0-7234-3329-1. info

·        Essential obstetrics and gynaecology. Edited by E. Malcolm Symonds - Ian M. Symonds - Robert Britton. 4th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2004. vii, 394 s. ISBN 0-443-07147-0. info

Teaching methods

Teaching and learning is scheduled into three blocks. Each block is planned for 5 working days in the inpatients and outpatients facilities of the Ob/Gyn department. The teaching process starts from 07h00 and lasts to 13h00. Teaching schedule includes theoretical session, teaching and learning with simulators and patients and students formative assessment of clinical case.

Assessment methods

Practical Assessment

Continuous - Completion of a log-book, including the elaboration and discussion of a clinical history.

Final - Resolution of one clinical problem with simulators, instruments and equipment, in the presence of the teachers, with a maximal duration of 10 minutes. Special oral theoretical assessment to improve the classification, performed whenever possible by the discipline coordinator or another teacher. It may be substituted by a written elaboration or presentation of a paper (letter to the Editor, case report, review or original research).

 

VLPG0921p Gynaecology and obstetrics I - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

2/0/0. 0 credit(s). Type of Completion: -.

Course objectives

The Obstetrics and Gynecology course involves the supervision and appropriate intervention during, normal and complicated pregnancy and delivery, as well as the recognition, prevention, management and surveillance of diseases affecting reproductive health in women. The course gives students understanding, basic knowledge and skills in epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of common problems in obstetrics and gynecology; reproductive health matters, including family planning, infertility and maternal care, emphasizing wellness and prevention in addition to treatment of disease. The aim of the course is to attain standards of knowledge and practical skills adequate to start postgraduate training in medicine and reach level of competence defined in the Log Book. The course graduates should be able to keep with international standards of patient care by reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills, in addition to updated medical knowledge. The students learning outcomes and competences mainly cover medical knowledge and skills to evaluate the data about the follow-up of pregnancy and birth, and the management of the gynecological diseases, to get the new information and to make decisions for similar situations, to perform the gynecological procedures. The students will achieve the appropriate attitude.

Syllabus

·        The practice should help reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills in diagnostics and treatment of pathologies:

·        OBSTERICS Pysiological changes during pregnancy Antenatal care Drugs use during pregnancy and lactation Abortion Ectopic pregnancy Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Hypertension in pregnancy Preeclampsia Diabetes in pregnancy Bleeding disorders with pregnancy Multiple pregnancy Analgesia & anaesthesia in labour Breech presentation Uterine action in pregnancy (normal and abnormal ) Perineal vaginal & cervical injuries Rupture uterus Antepartum hemorrhage (Placenta previa ) Antepartum hemorrhage (Abruptio placentae ) Shock in obstetrics Normal puerperium Venous thrombosis in obstetrics Caesaria Section Induction of abortion & labour Dysmaturity and Prematurity Perinatal asphyxia Ultrasound in obstetrics Prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies

·        GYNAECOLOGY Functional uterine bleeding Amenorrhoea Amenorrhoea Climacteric and HRT Dysmenorrhoea, Premenstrual syndroma Infertility Assisted reproductive techniques ART Vaginitis and vulvitis Salpingitis Cervivitis Sexually Transmitted diseases AIDS Tumours & masses of vulva & vagina Cancer cervix Malignant diseases of body of uterus – carcinoma Fibromyomata treatment and modern trends Endometriosis Ovarian tumors Endoscopy Vaginal smear and colposcopy Urinary incontinence Contraception (pills ) Contraception (I.U.D ) Contraception (other methods )

Literature

·        ZWINGER, Antonín, Jiří JELÍNEK, Pavel VENTRUBA and Vít UNZEITIG. Porodnictví (Obstetrics). Praha: Galén, 2004. 532 pp. Galén, 2004. ISBN 80-7262-257-9. info

·        ROB, Lukáš, Alois MARTAN and Karel CITTERBART. Gynekologie. 2., dopl. a přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xxiv, 319. ISBN 978-80-7262-501. info

·        ČECH, Evžen, Zdeněk HÁJEK, Karel MARŠÁL and Bedřich SRP. Porodnictví. 2., přepracované a doplně. Praha: Grada, 2007. 544 s. ISBN 80-247-1303-9. info

·        OATS, Jeremy and Suzanne ABRAHAM. Llewellyn-Jones fundamentals of obstetrics and gynaecology. 8th ed. New York: Mosby, 2005. x, 365 s. ISBN 0-7234-3329-1. info

·        Essential obstetrics and gynaecology. Edited by E. Malcolm Symonds - Ian M. Symonds - Robert Britton. 4th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2004. vii, 394 s. ISBN 0-443-07147-0. info

Teaching methods

Teaching and learning is scheduled into three blocks. Each block is planned for 5 working days in the inpatients and outpatients facilities of the Ob/Gyn department. The teaching process starts from 07h00 and lasts to 13h00. Teaching schedule includes theoretical session, teaching and learning with simulators and patients and students formative assessment of clinical case.

Assessment methods

Theoretical Assessment

Continuous - Ten true/false and/or short-answer questions, on the day after each daily theoretical session, to be answered in 15 minutes.

Final - Twenty multiple choice and/or matching questions, to be answered in 20 minutes, on the last day of each block.

VLPG1022c Gynaecology and obstetrics II - practice Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/4/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

TThe Obstetrics and Gynecology course involves the supervision and appropriate intervention during, normal and complicated pregnancy and delivery, as well as the recognition, prevention, management and surveillance of diseases affecting reproductive health in women. The course gives students understanding, basic knowledge and skills in epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of common problems in obstetrics and gynecology; reproductive health matters, including family planning, infertility and maternal care, emphasizing wellness and prevention in addition to treatment of disease. The aim of the course is to attain standards of knowledge and practical skills adequate to start postgraduate training in medicine and reach level of competence defined in the Log Book. The course graduates should be able to keep with international standards of patient care by reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills, in addition to updated medical knowledge. The students learning outcomes and competences mainly cover medical knowledge and skills to evaluate the data about the follow-up of pregnancy and birth, and the management of the gynecological diseases, to get the new information and to make decisions for similar situations, to perform the gynecological procedures. The students will achieve the appropriate attitude.

Syllabus

·        The practice should help reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills in diagnostics and treatment of pathologies:

·        OBSTERICS Pysiological changes during pregnancy Antenatal care Drugs use during pregnancy and lactation Abortion Ectopic pregnancy Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Hypertension in pregnancy Preeclampsia Diabetes in pregnancy Bleeding disorders with pregnancy Multiple pregnancy Analgesia & anaesthesia in labour Breech presentation Uterine action in pregnancy (normal and abnormal ) Perineal vaginal & cervical injuries Rupture uterus Antepartum hemorrhage (Placenta previa ) Antepartum hemorrhage (Abruptio placentae ) Shock in obstetrics Normal puerperium Venous thrombosis in obstetrics Caesaria Section Induction of abortion & labour Dysmaturity and Prematurity Perinatal asphyxia Ultrasound in obstetrics Prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies

·        GYNAECOLOGY Functional uterine bleeding Amenorrhoea Amenorrhoea Climacteric and HRT Dysmenorrhoea, Premenstrual syndroma Infertility Assisted reproductive techniques ART Vaginitis and vulvitis Salpingitis Cervivitis Sexually Transmitted diseases AIDS Tumours & masses of vulva & vagina Cancer cervix Malignant diseases of body of uterus – carcinoma Fibromyomata treatment and modern trends Endometriosis Ovarian tumors Endoscopy Vaginal smear and colposcopy Urinary incontinence Contraception (pills ) Contraception (I.U.D ) Contraception (other methods )

Literature

·        ZWINGER, Antonín, Jiří JELÍNEK, Pavel VENTRUBA and Vít UNZEITIG. Porodnictví (Obstetrics). Praha: Galén, 2004. 532 pp. Galén, 2004. ISBN 80-7262-257-9. info

·        ROB, Lukáš, Alois MARTAN and Karel CITTERBART. Gynekologie. 2., dopl. a přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xxiv, 319. ISBN 978-80-7262-501. info

·        ČECH, Evžen, Zdeněk HÁJEK, Karel MARŠÁL and Bedřich SRP. Porodnictví. 2., přepracované a doplně. Praha: Grada, 2007. 544 s. ISBN 80-247-1303-9. info

·        OATS, Jeremy and Suzanne ABRAHAM. Llewellyn-Jones fundamentals of obstetrics and gynaecology. 8th ed. New York: Mosby, 2005. x, 365 s. ISBN 0-7234-3329-1. info

·        Essential obstetrics and gynaecology. Edited by E. Malcolm Symonds - Ian M. Symonds - Robert Britton. 4th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2004. vii, 394 s. ISBN 0-443-07147-0. info

Teaching methods

Teaching and learning is scheduled into three blocks. Each block is planned for 5 working days in the inpatients and outpatients facilities of the Ob/Gyn department. The teaching process starts from 07h00 and lasts to 13h00. Teaching schedule includes theoretical session, teaching and learning with simulators and patients and students formative assessment of clinical case.

Assessment methods

Practical Assessment

Continuous - Completion of a log-book, including the elaboration and discussion of a clinical history.

Final - Resolution of one clinical problem with simulators, instruments and equipment, in the presence of the teachers, with a maximal duration of 10 minutes. Special oral theoretical assessment to improve the classification, performed whenever possible by the discipline coordinator or another teacher. It may be substituted by a written elaboration or presentation of a paper (letter to the Editor, case report, review or original research).

 

VLPG1022p Gynecology and obstetrics II - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Spring 2013

Extent and Intensity

0/1/0. 0 credit(s). Type of Completion: -.

Course objectives

The Obstetrics and Gynaecology course involves the supervision and appropriate intervention during, normal and complicated pregnancy and delivery, as well as the recognition, prevention, management and surveillance of diseases affecting reproductive health in women. The course gives students understanding, basic knowledge and skills in epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of common problems in obstetrics and gynecology; reproductive health matters, including family planning, infertility and maternal care, emphasizing wellness and prevention in addition to treatment of disease. The aim of the course is to attain standards of knowledge and practical skills adequate to start postgraduate training in medicine and reach level of competence defined in the Log Book. The course graduates should be able to keep with international standards of patient care by reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills, in addition to updated medical knowledge. The students learning outcomes and competences mainly cover medical knowledge and skills to evaluate the data about the follow-up of pregnancy and birth, and the management of the gynecological diseases, to get the new information and to make decisions for similar situations, to perform the gynecological procedures. The students will achieve the appropriate attitude.

Syllabus

·        The practice should help reaching high level of clinical skills, bedside care skills, surgical skills in diagnostics and treatment of pathologies:

·        OBSTERICS Pysiological changes during pregnancy Antenatal care Drugs use during pregnancy and lactation Abortion Ectopic pregnancy Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Hypertension in pregnancy Preeclampsia Diabetes in pregnancy Bleeding disorders with pregnancy Multiple pregnancy Analgesia & anaesthesia in labour Breech presentation Uterine action in pregnancy (normal and abnormal ) Perineal vaginal & cervical injuries Rupture uterus Antepartum hemorrhage (Placenta previa ) Antepartum hemorrhage (Abruptio placentae ) Shock in obstetrics Normal puerperium Venous thrombosis in obstetrics Caesaria Section Induction of abortion & labour Dysmaturity and Prematurity Perinatal asphyxia Ultrasound in obstetrics Prenatal diagnosis of congenital anomalies

·        GYNAECOLOGY Functional uterine bleeding Amenorrhoea Amenorrhoea Climacteric and HRT Dysmenorrhoea, Premenstrual syndroma Infertility Assisted reproductive techniques ART Vaginitis and vulvitis Salpingitis Cervivitis Sexually Transmitted diseases AIDS Tumours & masses of vulva & vagina Cancer cervix Malignant diseases of body of uterus – carcinoma Fibromyomata treatment and modern trends Endometriosis Ovarian tumors Endoscopy Vaginal smear and colposcopy Urinary incontinence Contraception (pills ) Contraception (I.U.D ) Contraception (other methods )

Literature

·        ZWINGER, Antonín, Jiří JELÍNEK, Pavel VENTRUBA and Vít UNZEITIG. Porodnictví (Obstetrics). Praha: Galén, 2004. 532 pp. Galén, 2004. ISBN 80-7262-257-9. info

·        ROB, Lukáš, Alois MARTAN and Karel CITTERBART. Gynekologie. 2., dopl. a přeprac. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xxiv, 319. ISBN 978-80-7262-501. info

·        ČECH, Evžen, Zdeněk HÁJEK, Karel MARŠÁL and Bedřich SRP. Porodnictví. 2., přepracované a doplně. Praha: Grada, 2007. 544 s. ISBN 80-247-1303-9. info

·        OATS, Jeremy and Suzanne ABRAHAM. Llewellyn-Jones fundamentals of obstetrics and gynaecology. 8th ed. New York: Mosby, 2005. x, 365 s. ISBN 0-7234-3329-1. info

·        Essential obstetrics and gynaecology. Edited by E. Malcolm Symonds - Ian M. Symonds - Robert Britton. 4th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2004. vii, 394 s. ISBN 0-443-07147-0. info

Teaching methods

Teaching and learning is scheduled into three blocks. Each block is planned for 5 working days in the inpatients and outpatients facilities of the Ob/Gyn department. The teaching process starts from 07h00 and lasts to 13h00. Teaching schedule includes theoretical session, teaching and learning with simulators and patients and students formative assessment of clinical case.

Assessment methods

Theoretical Assessment

Continuous - Ten true/false and/or short-answer questions, on the day after each daily theoretical session, to be answered in 15 minutes.

Final - Twenty multiple choice and/or matching questions, to be answered in 20 minutes, on the last day of each block.

 

VLPL9X1 Preventive Medicine - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/5/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).

Course objectives

At the end of course, student will understand the relationship between human and environment, its physical, chemical, biological and psychosocial factors and their interactions. Student will be able to understand the role of adaptation and its active support for the positive development and promotion of both individual and public health;
Student will be able to make deduction about possibilities for preventive provisions in the field of clean and safe environmental, occupational and home surrounding, the quality of air, water, food. Student will be able to understand and explain the different types of prevention, their tasks and aims and methods of realization.;
The student will be able to interpret the positive and negative influences of lifestyle factors on human/public health, including the autoagressive behaviors (nutrition, physical activity, psychical overload and stress, smoking, abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs);
Based on acquired knowledge, the student will be able to make deductions about the importance of environment and lifestyle in the health protection and promotion, and about the primary prevention priorities;
Student will be able to work with obtained information and make decisions about concrete preventable possibilities for some more important non-communicable diseases, such as cardiovascular, oncological, metabolical, immunite, respiratory.

Syllabus

·        MAN AND ENVIRONMENT: Physical, biological, chemical and social factors in macro- and microenvironment. Their interactions. Ways of adaptation and compensation for keeping the homeostasis. "health" and "disease", their determinants.

·        PREVENTION: primary and secundary prevention, tasks and aims. The most important world and Czech primery prevention programmes. NOISE: sources, impact on health, possibilities for control.

·        LIGHT AND ILLUMINATION: physiologiy of seeing, optimal working conditions. The physiologic sense of colours.

·        RADIATION: different types, their sources and impact on human health. Possibilities of control.

·        COMPLEX OF MICROCLIMATE: external and internal conditions. Ways of termotegulation. Work places wit extreme microclimate, rules for drinking schedule. Long-term and short-term thermal load.

·        BIOLOGICAL RHYTMS: circadian and other types, their influence on the performances. Shift work as a risk for health. Active and passive rest. Hygiene of sleeping.

·        AIR AND HEALTH: the most common contaminants of ambient air, their sources and human exposure. Smog. Health consequences of the exposure to poluted air.

·        BASIC TOXICOLOGY: ways of exposure, intake, uptake; metabolism of xenobiotics, genetic polymorphism in the microsomal enzymes; excretion. Health insure caused by chemical exposure, carcinogenesis. Similarities and differences between children and adults in toxicology.

·        HOUSING AND HEALTH: the most common risk factors at homes, health consequences of exposure (housing-related diseases, sick building syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivity). Ventilation, types and sense.

·        WATER AND HEALTH: the hygienic limits for drinking water, indicators of sewage contaminants. Trace elements in drinking water. Diseases related to water polution. The principles for safety source of water.

·        NUTRITION AND HEALTH: diseases related to malnutrition and food contaminants. The role of nutrition in health promotion. Dietary quidelines. The ways for measurement of nutritional habits.

·        WASTE AND HEALTH: the types of waste products, their sources. Hygienic rules for safe destruction of waste products.

·        NATURAL AND MAN-MADE CHEMICALS IN ENVIRONMENT: their types, point and areal sources. Enviroment in the Czech Republic. Principles of the monitoring of environmental polutants. "Natural pesticides".

·        SMOKING AND HEALTH: Smoking as the most important single preventable risk factor of premature morbidity and mortality. Dependence on smoking as a psychiatric disease. Involuntary smoking and health consequences of exposure.

·        WORKING AND HEALTH: risk occupational factors and related diseases. The rules for safety of occupational environment and health protection of workers.

·        STRESS AND HEALTH: physiologic response on stress situations. Stress- related diseases. Rules for the prevention of stress.

·        NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: epidemiology, ethiology, prevention; Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer, Respiratory diseases, Allergy, Diabetes mellitus, Osteoporosis.

Literature

·        Provazník K. aj.: Manuál prevence v lékařské praxi. 3. LF UK Praha, SZÚ Praha, 2003, 2004

·        Kotulán aj: Preventivní lékařství I, II. Lékařská fakulta MU, 1991, 1992

·        Brázdová Z.: Dietary guidelines. LF MU,

·        Burinch E. et al: Occupational Hygiene of Chemical and Biological Agents. Eslevier. New York, 1995

·        Lu FC: Basic Toxicology. Taylor, Francis, Washington, DC, 1996

·        Krause's food & nutrition therapy. Edited by L. Kathleen Mahan - Sylvia Escott-Stump. 12th ed. St. Louis, Mo.: Saunders/Elsevier, 2008. xxiv, 1352. ISBN 978-1-4160-3401. info

·        Manuál prevence v lékařské praxi 7 :doporučené preventivní postupy v primární péči. Edited by Kamil Provazník - Lumír Komárek. 1. vyd. Praha: Státní zdravotní ústav, 1999. 55 s. ISBN 80-7071-135-3. info

·        Referenční hodnoty pro příjem živin. V ČR 1. vyd. Praha: Společnost pro výživu, 2011. 192 s. ;. ISBN 9788025469873. info

Teaching methods

Lectures, seminary discussion, presentations of individual homeworks about the important actualities from the scientific publications

Assessment methods

State oral examination "Health, Prevention, Health Care". Also theses about epidemiology of infectious diseases and public health are included.

VLPL9X1a Preventive Medicine - practiceStar

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/5/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

At the end of practical parts of course, student will be able to obtain, to measure and to evaluate data of both individual and public exposure to the most important risk factors (occupational, life style), as well as to evaluate the nutritional habits and level of physical activity and stress. Based on acquired knowledge, student will be able to work with informations both in the concreete individual consulting and in the creation of group intervention programmes (for healthy nutrition, adequate physical activity, smoking cessation, breast-feeding promotion). Student will also be able to choose the adequate form to interpret and present the results published in scientific literatury either for specialists or for public consulting/information.

Syllabus

·        METHODS OF MEASUREMENT OF NUTRITIONAL INTAKE: Questionnaire and laboratory methods - prezentation. Self-evaluation of short-term recalls and long-term nutritional habits

·        PREVENCE PORUCH POHYBOVÉHO ÚSTROJÍ: Ergonomické přístupy k optimalizaci pracovních podmínek. Rizika sedavé práce. Cvičení ke snížení statické zátěže, k posílení ochablých svalů, k protažení zkrácených svalů.

·        PREVENCE STRESU: Testování vlastní pohotovosti ke stresogenní odpovědi na běžnou zátěž. Relaxační techniky pro snížení napětí.

·        Praxe:

·        EPIDEMIOLOGICKÁ STUDIE VÝŽIVY VYBRANÝCH SKUPIN POPULACE: návrh na vytvoření dotazníku, výběr populačního souboru, použití standardizovaného dotazníku, počítačové zpracování údajů, vyhodnocení výsledků na individuální a skupinové bazi.

·        SPECIÁLNÍ TOXIKOLOGIE: prezentace poznatků o vybraných chemických látkách (Pb, Hg, Cr, Cd, toluen a benzen, trichloretylen): výskyt v životním a pracovním prostředí, způsoby expozice populace, účinky na organismus (včetně možného teratogenního působení). Klinická manifestace otravy, možnosti terapie. Opatření primární a sekundární prevence.

·        KOMPLEXNÍ PREVENCE KARDIOVASKULÁRNÍCH ONEMOCNĚNÍ: anamnestické, klinické a biochemické vyšetřování hlavních rizikových faktorů (kouření, výživa, tělesná aktivita, krevní lipidy, antropometrie, zátěžové testy); vyhodnocení výsledků, návrhy na prevenci.

·        ODVYKÁNÍ KOUŘENÍ U HOSPITALIZOVANÝCH PACIENTŮ: praktická aplikace programu 4P (4A) v poradnách pro odvykání kouření a na vybraných pracovištích nemocnic.

·        PODPORA KOJENÍ: praktická aplikace poznatků o poporodní péči o novorozence se zvláštním zaměřením na podporu kojení.

·        STUDIE ELSPAC: Zpracování statistického vyhodnocení vybraných dat z Evropské longitudinální studie těhotenství a dětství se zaměřením na analýzu vlivu kouření na vybrané ukazatele zdraví dětí a rodičů. Porovnání výsledků ELSPAC s odbornou literaturou.

·        EPIDEMIOLOGICKÉ STUDIE S RŮZNÝM ZAMĚŘENÍM, např.: Preference různých druhů potravin u dětí. Frekvence konzumace rychlého občerstvení u dětí. Postoje různých skupin populace k aktivitám za nekouření. Frekvence konzumace ovoce a zeleniny, mléka a mléčných výrobků u dětí.

Literature

·        J.Kotulán: Primární prevence I, II. Lékařská fakulta MU, Brno, 1991,1992

·        Referenční hodnoty pro příjem živin. V ČR 1. vyd. Praha: Společnost pro výživu, 2011. 192 s. ;. ISBN 9788025469873. info

Teaching methods

Laboratory practice, epidemiologic studies, active work in constulting offices and clinics. Presentation of homework study.

Assessment methods

Full attendance in lessons, active participation on tasks, presentation and discussion. Practice tasks are involved into the oral state exam.

 

 

VLVZ9X1c Health Care and Policy - practiceStar

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/2/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The course in Health Care and Policy introduces the students to the analysis of health care systems, managerial and policy issues and techniques for decision-making in health care. The subjects covered include health services research, health policy, health economics, and law. By the end of this course students should be able to: demonstrate knowledge and understanding of a diverse range of global and national health policies, including current and emerging trends and also of disciplines relevant to the study of health policy, planning and financing (epidemiology, health economic and other social sciences); apply their knowledge and skills using a multidisciplinary approach to formulate and evaluate health policies and plans.

Syllabus

·        1. What is meant by "health care"? Lay care: ranges and extent of activities, lay carers, attitudes of formal carers. Inputs to formal health care: staff, facilities, finance. Variations in inputs. Problems of definition. Historical framework for public health and health policy. Cultural conceptions and health beliefs, health as a value.

·        2. What is meant by "disease"? Difference between objective and subjective explanations of disease. What is meant by "a disease"? How do disease categories arise? Why do such categories change over time? History of medicine: bedside, hospital and laboratory medicine. Clinical approaches to the study of health and disease: case study and case series.

·        3. What is health policy? Theoretical approaches to policy making. Political system and public participation. Exogenous factors affecting policy. How far does research influence policy? Implementation of public health policy. United Nations health related organisations. European Health for All strategy. Reforms of health systems. Issues in the Czech Public Health Medicine.

·        4. The role of evaluation in therapeutic and prophylactic decision making. Critical assessment and interpretation of scientific data. Evidence based medicine. Meta-analysis. The advantages and limitations of epidemiology in assessing health needs, determining priorities, establishing and evaluating interventions. The value of epidemiological evidence in health policy decision-making. Health information provision for decision making. Information systems in public health.

·        5. Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention in the context of the natural history of the disease. Epidemiological uncertainties and their consequences for policy. Tension between strategies for populations and high risk groups for preventive interventions. The advantages and disadvantages of primary care as a setting for health promotion. Behavioural aspects of health promotion interventions at both the individual and community level. Is prevention better than cure?

·        6. Conceptual model of inputs and processes: felt need, demand, normative need, met need, unmet need, overmet need, illness behaviour, professional judgement and rationing. Clinical iceberg. Measures of utilisation of health care: service-based, population-based. Need and use: effect of age and social class, use/need ratios, inverse care law. Use as a measure of met and unmet need.

·        7. Patterns in the organisation of health services. Health systems in industrialised countries. Why compare health systems? Frameworks for comparison. Primary health care.

·        8. Public sources of finance. Private sources of finance. Health insurance. Problems of data collection, problems of coordination. Expenditure per capita and as proportion of GDP: problems of definition of expenditure, problems of international comparisons, effect of adjustment on social sector spending. Technology assessment. What financial strategies and methods are available to improve the management of health services?

·        9. Outcome measures. Efficacy, efficiency, effectiveness. Cost-effectiveness analysis. Cost-utility analysis. Cost-benefit analysis. Humanity of care. Defining equity. Measuring equity. Setting priorities for health services: why set priorities for health services?, stages of priority setting, how to involve the public, consensus development methods.

·        10. Current state of health services. Problems in health services management: lack of knowledge about outcome, lack of use of knowledge about outcome, powerful professions, organisational complexity, environmental changes. Outcome research. Quality assurance: methods for changing behaviour or practice, education, feedback of information, incentives, administrative processes, regulation. Organisational and financial management, modelling.

Literature

·        HOLČÍK, Jan. Systém péče o zdraví a zdravotní gramotnost (System of health care and health literacy). 1. vydání. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2010. 293 pp. Škola a zdraví pro 21. století. ISBN 978-80-210-5239-0. info

Teaching methods

seminar

Assessment methods

credit

VLVZ9X1p Health Care and Policy - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

1/0/0. 0 credit(s). Type of Completion: -.

Course objectives

The course in Health Care and Policy introduces the students to the analysis of health care systems, managerial and policy issues and techniques for decision-making in health care. The subjects covered include health services research, health policy, health economics, and law.

Syllabus

·        1. Introduction to health care.

·        2. Diseases and medical knowledge.

·        3. Health and public policy.

·        4. The role of epidemiology in health policy.

·        5. Population and individual strategies in prevention.

·        6. Health need, demand and use.

·        7. Organisation of health systems.

·        8. Financing of health care.

·        9. Evaluation of health services.

·        10. Health services management.

Literature

·        HOLČÍK, Jan. Systém péče o zdraví a zdravotní gramotnost (System of health care and health literacy). 1. vydání. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2010. 293 pp. Škola a zdraví pro 21. století. ISBN 978-80-210-5239-0. info

Teaching methods

lecture

Assessment methods

oral exam

 

VSAL091 Anaesthesiology and Treatment of Pain Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).

Course objectives

At the end of the course students should be able to:
understand basic concepts of general and regional anesthesia;
learn basic skills of airway management

Syllabus

·        Preoperative evaluation and premedication;

·        Airway management

·        General anaesthesia

·        Regional anaesthesia

·        Pain management

·        After completing the test - voluntary days in the operating room and Center for Pain Management: i.v. lines, Bag Mask ventilation, Laryngeal Mask, Intubation, General and Regional anesthesia.

Literature

recommended literature

·        Anesthesia. Edited by Ronald D. Miller. 5th ed. New York: Churchill Livingstone, 2000. S: xx, 166. ISBN 0-443-07988-9. info

·        Clinical anesthesia. Edited by Paul G. Barash - Bruce F. Cullen - Robert K. Stoelting. 4th ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams-Wilkins, 2001. xvi, 1576. ISBN 0-7817-2268-3. info

·        BROWN, David L. Atlas of regional anesthesia. Illustrated by Jo Ann Clifford - Joanna Wild. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders, 2006. xviii, 438. ISBN 1-4160-2239-2. info

not specified

·        TSUI, Ban C.H. Atlas of ultrasound and nerve stimulation-guided regional anesthesia. Illustrated by Carol T.S Chan. New York: Springer, 2007. xxiii, 302. ISBN 978-0-387-68158. info

·        Anestezie. Edited by Reinhard Larsen - Jarmila Drábková. 1. vyd. Praha: Grada, 1998. 935 s., ob. ISBN 80-7169-179-8. info

·        Anestezie. Edited by Reinhard Larsen - J. Drábková. 2. vyd. Praha: Grada, 2004. 1376 s. :. ISBN 80-247-0476-5. info

Assessment methods

Lectures in the beginning of semester. Internship in operating room and pain clinic after MCQ test and simmulation.

 

VSDV9X22c Dermatovenerology II-practise Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

0/1.4/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).

Course objectives

The aim of the subject is to introduce students in practical aspects of examination approaches, diagnostics and appropriate treatment choices of dermatoses and venereal diseases. During the first semester the training is focused on detail understanding of basic clinical approaches in dermatology and veneorology, acquiring of used and some specialsed diagnostic procedures and approaches in the main groups of skin diseases. Finally the student will be able of individuall clinical work with patient, to interpret pathological skin and mucous membrany findings, diferential diagnose and proposal of investigation plan and therapy.

Syllabus

·        Ist Day: Examinations in Veneorology. Clinical Dermatology.

·        IInd Day: Clinical Dermatology. Evaluation of Clinical Findings in Patients. Skin Mycoses.

·        IIIrd Day: Clinical Dermatology. Evaluation of Clinical Findings in Patients. Practical Aspects of Eczema Diseases and Their Differential Diagnostics.

·        IVth Day: Clinical Dermatology. Evaluation of Clinical Findings in Patients. Elaboration of Case Record. Practical aspects of Phototherapy.

·        Vth Day: Clinical Dermatology. Evaluation of Clinical Findings in Patients. Evaluation of Case Record. Autoimmune Diseases of Connective Tissue. Final Evaluation of the Student. Credit.

Literature

·        BUCHVALD, J. and BUCHVALD D. Učebnica dermatovenerológie. 1. vydání. Bratislava: Slovak Academic Press, 2002. ISBN 80-89104-03-7. info

·        DITRICHOVÁ, Dagmar, Martina JANSOVÁ and Robert OPAVSKÝ. Repetitorium dermatovenerologie. 1. vyd. Olomouc: Epava, 2002. 304 s. ISBN 80-86297-08-X. info

·        Feit, J. a kol. Hypertextový atlas dermatopatologie. http://atlases.muni.cz

·        Hunter, J.A.A. Clinical Dermatology. 3rd e., Blackwell Pub. 2002, ISBN: 0443071403

·        Dermatovenerologie. Edited by Jiří Štork. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xv, 502, [. ISBN 978-80-7262-371. info

·        VLAŠÍN, Zdeněk and Hana a kol. JEDLIČKOVÁ. Praktická dermatologie v obrazech a schématech. 1. vydání. Brno: Vladerma, 2001. 251 pp. ISBN 80-238-6966-3. info

·        VOSMÍK, F. a kol. Dermatovenerologie. 1. vydání. Praha: Karolinum, 1999. 396 pp. ISBN 80-7184-633-3. info

Teaching methods

Course is organized as one week intership at dermatovenerological clinics. Course is composed of collective seminars to the given topics and practical bed-side demonstrations in small groups.

Assessment methods

Giving the course-unit credit is conditioned by 100% attendance of lessons and by ellaborated case record. Evaluation of knowledge during the course, periodical controls by supervisor/head of the department.

 

VSDV9X22p Dermatovenerology II - lecture Star

Faculty of Medicine
Extent and Intensity

7/20/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).

Course objectives

The aim of the subject is to give a actual theoretic base and recent clinical knowledge to chosen problems in dermatovenereology. Special attendance is given to problems of protective functions of the skin realised by different skin barrier systems, skin immunology, teoretical base of light interactions with the skin, phototherapy indications and contraindications, basic allergic reaction and different types of topical treatment. Cancers of the skin, ulcers of the skin, drug eruptions, modern approaches to psoriasis treatment, steroids in topical treatment and autoimmune bullous diseases. Solid knowledge of dermatovenereology, both in theoretical and practical aspects, the ability to interpret pathological skin findings, differential diagnose in skin and venereal diseases and proposal of investigation and therapy.

Syllabus

·        Ist Day: Skin Cancers. Problems in Venereology.

·        IInd Day: Differential Diagnosis of Leg Ulcers. Drug Eruptions.

·        IIIrd Day: Differential Diagnosis of Eczema. New Approaches of Psoriasis Treatment.

·        IVth Day: Autoimmune Bullous Dermatoses. Corticosteroids in Topical Treatment.

·        Vth Day: Skin Autoimmunity.

Literature

·        BUCHVALD, J. and BUCHVALD D. Učebnica dermatovenerológie. 1. vydání. Bratislava: Slovak Academic Press, 2002. ISBN 80-89104-03-7. info

·        DITRICHOVÁ, Dagmar, Martina JANSOVÁ and Robert OPAVSKÝ. Repetitorium dermatovenerologie. 1. vyd. Olomouc: Epava, 2002. 304 s. ISBN 80-86297-08-X. info

·        Feit, J. a kol. Hypertextový atlas dermatopatologie. http://atlases.muni.cz

·        Hunter, J.A.A. Clinical Dermatology. 3rd e., Blackwell Pub. 2002, ISBN: 0443071403

·        VLAŠÍN, Zdeněk and Hana a kol. JEDLIČKOVÁ. Praktická dermatologie v obrazech a schématech. 1. vydání. Brno: Vladerma, 2001. 251 pp. ISBN 80-238-6966-3. info

·        Dermatovenerologie. Edited by Jiří Štork. 1. vyd. Praha: Galén, 2008. xv, 502, [. ISBN 978-80-7262-371. info

·        VOSMÍK, F. a kol. Dermatovenerologie. 1. vydání. Praha: Karolinum, 1999. 396 pp. ISBN 80-7184-633-3. info

Teaching methods

Lecture, confrontation of theory and clinical dermatovenereology.

Assessment methods

Giving the course-unit credit is conditioned by 100% attendance and current examination of knowledge. Elaboration of case record. Credit. Exam.